Prior to renovation, the Everett Symphony building had been divided up into three 1960's era retail spaces. The building, dating from the early 1930's, revealed Art Deco details above the renovations. We incorporated the symmetry and proportions of Art Deco design along with colors that were fitting for that time period. The interior design also reflects our commitment to the period. This building is used for symphony sales, offices, receptions, practice and storage.
Botesch, Nash & Hall is an architectural firm who plans, designs, permits and coordinates the construction of buildings.